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KRON
Jan 7, 2012 11:00pm PST
>>> protesters marching tonight in downtown oakland against what they call recent police brutality. you are looking live at police headquarters on 7th and broadway. at least 60 protesters are all wearing black and covering their faces. police are maintaining a strong presence saying it's part of their strategy to keep things under control in the area. no arrests so far. >>> the new york times has released the top 20 travel cities. oakland has been named the number five place to travel in the world. here is a look at the top five that made that new york times list. panama took the number one spot followed by finland, myanmar, and london. here's more on why oakland was picked. >> reporter: the new york times names oakland as the number five place to visit in 2012. some people say yeah, they can kind of see that but others say no way. >> i'm incredibly surprised. >> reporter: surprise and instead of naming it a place to avoid, the new york times says oakland is a world class destination. >> you look at lake merritt, you look at jack london square, you look at the parks. you look up in
CBS
Jan 29, 2012 5:30pm PST
demonstrators say they are the victim. >> unfortunately, oakland has been picked as the center of the movement and i think that maybe partly is for our fault. >>> but who else is responsible? tonight, we ask. why is occupy so violent in oakland? >> getting pretty tiring. >>> good evening. i'm ann notarangelo. oakland city officials are surveying the damage today, following yesterday's chaotic occupy oakland actions. with an unsuccessful event to break into the vacant kaiser center, protesters broke into city hall. today, mayor jean quan showed report of some of the damage, saying the occupy protests have strained the city's resources and angered oakland residents. >> i think they have been treating us like a playground and i think everyone is losing patience. i think they are hurting the movement. oakland occupy is one of the national policy of occupies to be nonviolent,. >> the city estimates the damage from occupy protests since october is about $2 million. >>> hundreds of people were arrested in oakland last night, and today, some of those arrested were being released on bail. prot
FOX
Jan 30, 2012 12:00pm PST
morning in oakland. a pedestrian was hit and killed on could middle drive near the oakland airport. this started with a traffic stop. >> reporter: for four friends a joyride turned deadly off this road. we're off doolittle. that's where the accident happened. this took twists and turns last night that no one could have predicted. one man is dead. the victim's friends are pointing the finger at alameda police. four people were pulled over at 5:00 p.m. off otis street for speeding. the police officer cited roberts for a suspended license and had the car towed. the police officer offered to call the group a tanky but they didn't have any money so they began to walk away. after a half-hour james was struck and killed by a driver in a silver mercedes near langely street. he was walking on the shoulder and thrown about 100 yards into a ditch. he says he doesn't understand why police left them like they did. >> we told numerous people, numerous times and we could not get in contact with nobody. there wasn't no reason for us to be towed because our safety is first. it's like he left us stranded
FOX
Jan 29, 2012 10:00pm PST
>>> inspecting the damage in oakland's historic city hall. what major jean quan wants a judge to do after last night's oakland protest turns violent. good evening everyone i'm heather holmes. >> and i'm ken wayne. they're picking up the pieces now. both sides are assessing the outcome. ktvu's christien kafton reports. >> reporter: it's a pretty good picture of them using a curve ball to get in. and a pretty good picture of those who broke in. >> reporter: jean quan led a tour through oakland city hall, showing where and when protesters broke in. >> it's a beloved building that's a symbol of oakland's resilience. i think people are getting ready angry. >> reporter: oakland police say they arrested 400 protesters in all last night. protesters targeted the downtown ymca and sandized frank ogawa -- and vandalized frank ogawa plaza. today some members of the occupy movement say despite the clashes with police, they want the general public to focus on their message. >> the invasion should come down and have their voices being heard. >> reporter: members of occupy oakland say they're going
CBS
Jan 29, 2012 11:00pm PST
definition. tell the story. and the oakland taxpayers is >>> i think they've been treating this like a playground and i think everyone is losing patience. >> the pictures tell the story and the tab for oakland taxpayers is in the millions, the impact of occupy. started in new york but thriving in oakland, why the east bay is turning out to be the new best host for the occupy movement. >>> and deadly fog in the sunshine state, dozens of crashes blamed on bad weather. the massive clean-up as authorities piece it all together. is enough. the mayor and police chief say e good evening. i'm ann notarangelo. >>> the powers that be in oakland are saying enough is enough. the mayor and police chief say the city has respected the rights of occupy demonstrators, but after this weekend's damage to city hall city leaders say something must be done. don knapp is in oakland with the aftermath. reporter: the impression one gets after hearing from top city officials and police officials is they have reached some kind of a breaking point. they don't have a plan, but if they, do they aren't talking abo
CBS
Jan 29, 2012 6:30pm PST
oakland police and mayor jean . >>> good evening. i'm ann notarangelo. today, damage done. oakland police and the mayor showed reporters damage caused by occupy demonstrators. the city says it has respected free speech rights, but has apparently had enough. don knapp is in oakland with more. >> reporter: it would seem that the city administration and top police officials have reached the breaking point, if not the turning point in dealing with occupy oakland. now, what this means in terms of future plans, they are not saying, because all we're seeing so far is frustration. mayor jean quan walked news crews through oakland's vandalized city hall and the aftermath of saturday's occupy oakland blitz. >> the irony of this room, this is a room where we have our new homeowner program, low income people get housing. and we will have experts on monday in here checking to make sure that our fire alarm systems still work because they cut the wires in the electrical box here. >> reporter: the damage came around 8:00 p.m., after vandals forced open city hall doors, quan says, and ransacked wha
ABC
Jan 5, 2012 6:00am PST
oakland a raid by police overnight has removed a symbol of the occupy oakland movement also removed several protesters and taken them to jail. the story coming up in a live report. >>> new worries as the dry winter has calfire concerned enough to change its off-season staffing plans. >>> good morning i'm mike nicco. another die forecast. one of our highlights. -- fog to talk about, very isolated dangerous waves on the way to our coast. >>> i'm frances dinglasan. live shot of the bay bridge toll, a little back up, in the cash paying lanes new accident in san jose north 10 -- [ inaudible ] >>> thanks for joining us i'm eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze. residents are holding their noses in an east bay neighborhood near the former concord naval weapons station this is not the first time they are smelling the foul odor and they want answers. amy hollyfield is live in concord. this happened in november. is it the same source >> reporter: it looks that way. conoco phillips owns that pipeline and has said it has been doing work on the pipeline doing some excavating so the smell seems to
FOX
Jan 30, 2012 5:00am PST
employees at oakland city hall will go back to work after occupy protestors vandalize the building over the weekend. allie rasmus is there to tell us and show us the damage left behind and the clashes with police that started it all. >> reporter: we are standing outside frank ogawa plaza in downtown oakland. you can see some of the writing on some of the stone perimeter around the plaza here. this is what the mayor says cost the city of oakland $2 million since october. that's what they are billing and telling their insurance company the damage has been from some of the occupy oakland demonstrations and protests and vandalism here in the city of oakland. the mayor says after saturday's occupy oakland protest there was damage inside city hall. she took our cameras in to show us. yesterday the building was chained shut after occupy protestors entered the building. inside the model of city hall was toppled over and damaged. some flags were taken and burned outside the building. the buildings electrical system may have been damaged. the major says occupy oakland demonstrations are taking a
RT
Jan 30, 2012 6:48pm EST
zone a welcome to battlefield oakland where scenes like this the played out time and time again. where is the law or at least the freedom to assemble. and well oakland protesters stand up to police occupy d.c. numbers are getting a jolt of reality this time with an eviction notice while the national park service tells occupiers to get out these protesters say you can't evict an idea will bring you the latest. and one day away from the florida primary conservative critics are demanding ron paul step out of the race with so many youth voters joining his stride it's much easier said than done so are these critics splitting hairs are or splitting the party all together. you know the saying it's going to hell in a handbasket well that might not be too far from the truth for the eurozone. and while the euro crisis may be at the top of the agenda for world leaders not much is changing. it is monday january thirtieth seven pm in washington d.c. accuse me and christine for sound you are watching our t.v. well to begin with tonight it is one of the longest occupations in the occupy wall street m
RT
Jan 30, 2012 3:48pm EST
what altogether a familiar scene coming out of oakland for occupy wall street protesters are clashing with police yet again hundreds of arrests dozens of injuries so it's really under attack here the occupy movement or the freedom of assembly. the big. three are you sorry the starkey version. and oakland protesters on the only ones pushing back it's d.-day for occupy d.c. members and the national park service is serving up one infection notice after another will bring you the very latest both cities. and the occupy wall street movement isn't the only thing critics are trying to break up these days critics say ron paul is causing a split in the republican party and they're calling for an end to his campaign immediately but when all is said and done who's got a bigger piece of the g.o.p. pie we'll explore. it's monday january thirtieth four pm in washington d.c. i'm christine and you're watching our t.v. well it's began today was a major new developments in the occupy wall street movement as we speak the longest standing occupy camp the one right here in d.c. literally a few bl
CBS
Jan 31, 2012 4:30am PST
particular particular to help fight "occupy oakland." good morning, it's tuesday, january 31. >> look who's back! >> you know what? i find tuesday is so much better than monday. those three-day weekends are fabulous. >> take off tomorrow, too. you know. [ laughter ] >> take off right now! >> tan, haircut, rested. >> ally jealous. >> just a little. -- all jealous. >> just a little. >> i missed you guys. >> sure you did. [ laughter ] >> he didn't think of us for one second. >> a little bit. >>> traffic, did you notice any problems coming into work this morning? >> it was beautiful. >> not too many issues. we have roadwork but here's a look at one of our "timesaver traffic" cameras across the san mateo bridge. everything is up to speed here. crossing the dumbarton bridge, our neighboring bridge to the san mateo bridge, there is a little bit of roadwork. we'll tell you where and where else it might slow you down. in the meantime, is there any fog that could be an issue this morning. fog corn an issue and even some drizzle out there this morning folks if you are headed out the door this mo
FOX
Jan 30, 2012 7:00am PST
up from the scene. >>> city leaders assess the damage from this weekend's occupy oakland protest and coming up we'll tell but plans already in the works for another demonstration next week. >>> just days after the city of wall night creek discussed ways to prevent violent bar brawls, it's now investigating fights that sent two people to the hospital and injured three officers. >>> also, the power has been out for 12 hours now. the problem facing a san francisco neighborhood right now. "mornings on 2" begins right now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's monday, january 30th. >>> let's go right to sal. breaking news. >> this happened on doolittle drive on hagan burg. this is very close to the oakland international airport. i do have a map. this crash happened about 6:30 this morning, maybe a little bit before that. if you drive to the oakland airport or on hegenberger or 98th, this may or may not effect you because doolittle connect where those two highway and streets come together. so we're asking you to leave a little bit ea
KRON
Jan 29, 2012 8:00am PST
the front steps of oakland city hall. it happened as demonstrators broke into the building. when this picture was taken police had not yet arrived on the scene. one protester was injured. >>ysabel: just before protesters took over city hall, they perform a couple actions around town. 200 stormed into this downtown ymca. this is video from 6:30 p.m., the gym was still open into many were still inside. officers arrested more than 200 people at this location. earlier in the evening, occupy protesters clashed with police. police declared a gathering an unlawful assembly and told them to leave immediately. police were hit with projectiles and several arrests were made. third >> many times i do not agree with the actions that are going on or i have disagreements. that is why we have a general assembly process. this city spends more money on its police and social services. we are not out there protesting, we're protesting because people need food, shelter and education. >> i felt that things went well until the police started with tear gas. at that point, there was more nervousness. the
CBS
Jan 8, 2012 6:30pm PST
for medical use. >>> six people arrested after an occupy oakland march last night. oakland police say protesters broke windows and vandalized a television news van and threw bottles at officers. an explosive device was found on one of the suspects, which police say was a quarter stick of dynamite. occupy oakland says the march was a protest against recent police actions at other occupy protests. >>> well, police in walnut creek forced out tasers to break up a huge bar brawl just after 1:00 this morning. police say more than a dozen people were fighting each other and a gold chain was stolen. police arrested two people after an officer was punched in the face, and two others were arrested for obstructing an officer. >>> less political policy and more personal attacks. what the republican presidential candidates say they just don't like about each other. >>> and if you could go anywhere in the world, the "new york times" says you must come here. why it says oakland should be a must on your travel list. >>> and our balmy weekend weather pattern will begin cooling off tonight and continue
ABC
Jan 26, 2012 6:00am PST
. >> and i'm can is. oakland city officials say they will go back to the -- go back to the drawing board to come up with a plan to eliminate fewer jobs after a raucous meeting last night. terry mcsweeney is live at oakland city hall with the details. >>> the city of oakland suddenly losing 28 million dollars in redevelopment money they are talking about job cuts and program cuts no wonder so many people turned out last night, standing room only at the city council meeting. there was a lot of noise, especially from occupy protesters. take a listen. occupy protesters say they were there on behalf of labor and they forcedb: meeting to be adjourned for 30 minutes. councilmembers notified thousands of workers last week that their jobs might be eliminated. first it was thought that maybe 200 jobs could be cut now they are talking about 105 only 81 of those jobs are currently filled. the rest are job openings that will not be filled. one man feels the short notice. the notification going out next week, the short notice flies in the face of the city's mission statement to treatment employees with d
CW
Jan 29, 2012 8:30am PST
>>> hundreds of arrests after hours of chaos in oakland in the name of the occupy movement. >>> and a new manhunt in the east bay for two suspects who opened fire at a late night party. the challenge that police have, in trying to track down the shooters. >>> plus presidential hopefuls crisscrossing the state of florida before the next big contest. the big tea party boost for the former house speaker. it is 8:30 on sunday, january 29th, already. thanks for joining us today. >>> we have a lot of news and talk to cover in the next hour. redevelopment. you have heard about it in sacramento. what does it really do and how did it wind up being so abused in the state? that is one of the topics we are going to cover in the next hour. >>> hundreds after rests last night athey tried to take over a company of buildings and ended up breaking into city hall. vandalism there and several acts of vandalism all over downtown. including private businesses we'll be talking about that and have a look at some of the pictures with last night's tear gas. >>> how much more can go on? >>> mean while less t
Univision
Jan 29, 2012 11:00pm PST
>>> los miembros del movimiento ocupemos oakland se'tan frente a la alcaldía hay más detalles del choque de un tren y una camioneta que cobró la vida de 3 personas. y ya inició la temporada para presentar la declaración de impuestos, le diremos dónde tener ayuda grauita. [♪]. >>> cómo le va, muy buenas noches, gracias por acompañarnos. soy ramón adame. esta noche, miembros del movimiento ocupemos oakland se reunió con la alcaldía de la ciudad, donde cerca de 400 manifestantes fueron arrestados. claudia nos tiene los detalles en vivo desde el este de la bahía, adelante, claudia, te escuchamos. >>> efectivamente, ramón, el tema principal de la asamblea de esta noche fue precisamente ese, los incidentes ocurridos ayer. >>> miembros de los indignados mostraron su solidaridad con los 400 arrestados. >>> en 2 proposiciones, una era para una huelga general en día 1° de mayo, y también una marcha contra la policía que respondieron muy brutalmente con nosotros, y también vamos a intentar de nuevo ocupar un edificio >>> uno de los miembros del movimiento de los indignados
Univision
Jan 15, 2012 11:00pm PST
robos, la policía de oakland advierte de una serie de robos. >> buenas noches,,gracias por acompañarnos en noticias univisión 14, residentes de la ciudad de oakland, celebran el natalicio al defensor de los derechos civiles martín luther king. >> miles de personas se reunieron para celebrar el cumpleaños del doctor martín luther king. >> el grupo juvenil de oakland , celebraron junto a miles de persona el cumpleaños de el doctro martín lther king. >> siempre escogemos ese día para conmemorar la vidad de este gran hombre. >> asistentes del evento dijeron que es importante que celebremos este día, porque recalcan que es importante defender los derechos civiles. >> algunos también dijeron que si martín luther king junior estuviera vivo, apoyaria los derechos civiles de la mayoria de las personas. >> el diría que hay injusticia todavía, y el entendería eso. >> los coordinadores de la actividad, dijeron que en los 10 años que la han realizado, dijeron que ha sido la ocasión en donde más personas han ido en oak oakland. >> una mujer fue arrestada por conducir en
KRON
Jan 7, 2012 8:00pm PST
places to travel in 2012 and one bay city that made the list is a surprise to one. oakland was named the number 5 place to travel. here is more in oakland. what other cities came out on top? >> reporter: well, this is a big story in oakland and around the bay area and a big shocker for those who live in oakland and it is the number 5 place to visit in 2012. it has quite a list. not only the 5 in california or in the country, this is number 5 in the world. number one is panama and right before oakland is london and right after london is tokyo. these are amazing cities that they compared oakland to. one of the reasons the new york times ranks oakland so high is, because of restaurants and bar scenes. we'll have more at 8:30 in our full report. you can hear from oakland lovers. the full report coming up at 8:30. for now i'm da l i n. >>> today dozens of protestors rallied to take action on wall street banks in the excelsior district. she shows us what happened. >> reporter: protestors from all walks of life rallied here in the bankers triangle. demonstrators from the alliance of califor
KICU
Jan 28, 2012 11:30pm PST
arrest, occupy oakland protesters clash with police as she try to storm a downtown building. good evening, i'm ken wayne. >> hemoagain everyone, i'm heather holmes. >> a huge crowd converged on oakland to try to take over a vacant building, but that demonstration quickly turned violent. a ktvu crew was right there as police in riot gear faced off with protesters. as you can see here in these pictures, smoke and projectiles being thrown at the officers. this confrontation happened not far from what has been the epicenter of the occupy movement, frank ogawa plaza. about 100 protest were corrals by police. patti lee is live to bring us her firsthand account of the chaos that ensued. >> reporter: as we covered this story, we actually became part of it. members of the angry crowd jumped on our live truck and threw rocks at our windows, shattering them and usual personal experience is one example of the kind of violence we witnessed tonight. tear-gas and flash bombs filled this plaza where occupiers paced off with police. one of multiple clashes tonight. >> all we were doing was marchin
ABC
Jan 26, 2012 5:00am PST
, abc7 news. >>> oakland city officials say they will go back to the drawing board to come up with a budget plan toe eliminate fewer jobs after a raucous -- plan to eliminate fewer jobs after a raucous meeting last night. terry mcsweeney is live at oakland city hall. >> reporter: 28 million dollars in redevelopment money is gone, at of next week. the city council is talking about 105 lay-offs, cuts to city programs, no wonder it got loud last night. at one point occupy protesters broke up the meeting. take a listen. last week thousands of city workers were told they might be laid off. now the city council is looking at maybe 105 being laid off, giving the city council a lot of flexibility by notifying a couple thousand they might be victims, about half of what was previously thought. the city funding for some programs will be cut. the oakland city zoo will impact the public directly. >> we can adjust our admission prices in which case it is going to get more sensitive. our most vulnerable programs don't bring in revenues, the three educational programming we provide for title i schoo
Current
Jan 30, 2012 5:00pm PST
no, occupy oakland erupts again. over 400 are arrested as city hall is vandalized as the peaceful occupy movement been occupied? he said what? >> we're going to talk about our own little captain schettino which is president obama, who is abandoning the united states. >> as head of the rnc, mr. priebus should know something about sinking ships. >>> and what a pill. >> the obama administration is engaged in a war against religion. >> you mean by providing all women with access to birth control? all that and more now on "countdown." >> good evening, this is monday, january 30 282 days now until the 2012 presidential election. i'm bill press sitting in for keith olbermann tonight. good to have you with us. mitt romney surging in the polls less than 12 hours before the voting starts in the florida republican primary. while newt gringrich insists he's in the race for the long term no matter what happens tomorrow. the fifth story, romney rising and seeming more confident by the day. gingrich slipping but saying he'll be in it all the way to the g.o.p. convention which starts august 27th
FOX
Jan 14, 2012 10:00pm PST
attacker spoke cantonase. >>> people gathered in oakland with the goal of bringing an end to isle. >>> the terror of faith ministry offered music, food and community between bankcroft and foothill boulevard. the party honored the three recent victims of gun violence, 3-year-old carlos nava, 23-month-old and all of them killed in oakland in the past five months. >> i'm tired of it and let have a little prevention. >> the church held a similar event. the churches are partnering with the city of oakland to offer mentoring to young people at-risk and saying they want to getid kids on right track before they get in trouble. >>> firefighters in fairfield spent the day looking for hotspots after a five-alarm fire. investigators say the fire is not suspicious, but they are still working to figure out what the exact cause was. >>> it started just before 7:00 near the fairfield civic center. it took firefighters several hours to put out. firefighters say the fire is a reminder to residents to be aware of fire danger all year- round. >> this is definitely not the time of year that residents
FOX
Jan 30, 2012 4:30am PST
check in with allie rasmus who is outside city hall in oakland where protests lead to vandalism over the weekend. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, pam. oakland mayor jean quan said it cost the city about $2 million since october to clean up things like graffiti own vandalism here at frank ogawa plaza. october was when the occupy oakland movement really picked up steam. you can see some of the writing here. that is what the mayor is referring to. after saturday ice occupy oakland protest there was damage inside city hall. the short doors were chained front after occupy oakland protestors entered the building after a saturday afternoon demonstration. a 100-year-old model of city hall was toppled over and damaged. there was also interior windows broken, flags burned, and damage to the city's electricity system to the city hall -- electrical system. >> constant vandalism is almost every saturday. somebody has had graffiti. somebody has had their window broken. it's getting pretty tiring. >> it was all on saturday afternoon into the evening. when several occupy oakland protes
CBS
Jan 30, 2012 4:30am PST
playground and i think everyone is losing patience. >> oakland's mayor saying enough is enough. how the "occupy" protest hurt those most in need. >> far behind in the polls, newt gingrich slams mitt romney in florida. i'm susan mcginnis in tampa. coming up, a barrage of attacks on the eve of the florida rye mayor. >>> and good monday morning. january 30, frank has the morning off, lucky guy. i'm grace lee. >> he does. >> did the weekend go like that or what? >> it did go really quick. >> it was beautiful, though, huh? >> it was gorgeous. >> spring-like. >> we have you to thank for that. >> thank you very much. >> good job. let's have a look at traffic. >> it's quiet. it's monday morning, people usually take a little time. the "timesaver traffic" camera across the golden gate bridge, there was a stall record north of the span northbound 101 near vista point but it looks like bridge crews are working to clear that now. it's free-flowing across the span. we'll get a check of roadwork coming up. we're looking for clear dry weather? >> it looks dry. mostly cloudy skies around the bay area no
ABC
Jan 30, 2012 4:30am PST
oakland. can oakland's mayor quan present the kind of violent protests she saw over the weekend? she says she is going to try. >>> a gunman opened fire on a vehicle in oakland. the driver gets on to i-580 and doesn't stop until his engine catches fire. >> thousands of kaiser permanente workers walk off the job. the one-day strike will be one of the largest in the hmo's history. >>> live look downtown san francisco. a few clouds, sprinkles that may be it for the next two weeks. >>> good morning i'm frances dinglasan. live look 680 walnut creek. off to a great start no accidents or stalls reported on bay area freeways. >>> good morning thanks for catching i'm katie marzullo in for eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze. mayor quan is promising new action to punish occupy protesters and keep the most aggressive away from city hall. this after a violent and damaging day of protests over the weekend. amy hollyfield is live at frank ogawa plaza with the latest. >> reporter: she doesn't have a lot of time to come up with the plan. the protesters say they are coming back. they are plannin
ABC
Jan 30, 2012 5:00am PST
>> reporter: good morning i'm amy hollyfield live in oakland where mayor quan has a new plan to try and prevent occupy oakland protesters from turning violent. protesters are planning their next day of action. >>> oakland police say a 15-year-old boy has confessed to murdering his mother and father. the bodies were discovered in a car covered with blankets. >>> thousands of kaiser permanente patients may have to wait a day to get health care. -- >>> good morning. a few sprinkles on live doppler pretty dry this morning. we'll talk about a cooler trend and temperatures that could reach 70 by the time the weekend gets here. >>> good morning. off to a great start -- [ inaudible ] >>> good morning i'm katie marzullo in for eric thomas. >> nice to have you here and frances back. i'm kristen sze. staggering new totals out of oakland we are learning more about the cost of damage number of arrests after occupy protesters clashed with police and vandalized city hall over the weekend. amy hollyfield is live at if plaza. the mayor has a new plan to deal with protesters? >> reporter: yeah, one i
ABC
Jan 28, 2012 11:00pm PST
>> hundreded of protesters arrested as a raucous "occupy oakland" demonstration works its way into the night. >> tear gas and flash bang grenades marked a day of clashes with police. it all escalated into a mass arrest at the downtown ymca tonight. a ban 0 of roaming protesters vandalized city hall and tonight oakland is calling for mutual aid from neighboring police departments. >> we're taking live pictures right now from sky 7hd. this is the protesters on broadway outside of the ymca. they have been on the streets all night, and sergio is live in oakland with the latest on this protest. sergio? >> reporter: going through the statistics of today's police action is kind of like going through a laundry list of may hem. there have been hundreds of arrests. three police officers injured, and a demonstrator injured. several buildings broken into and vandalized, as well as vehicles. tonight the mayor and her leadership staff say they have come to an end of their tolerance in dealing with violent "occupy" demonstrations. city hall became one of the target office demonstrators when a few
FOX
Jan 31, 2012 12:00pm PST
accident in milpitas. we're live at the calosha office in oakland with word on the legal trouble the man's employer could be facing. >> reporter: we're at the calosha offices where they're trying to figure out if criminal charges could be filed. we did speak to the coroner. they did release the identity of the man killed in the construction accident. his name is 39-year-old raul zapata of hayward. he was working on the foundation of a home in milpitas off of calaveras ridge road saturday. these are pictures that were taken by someone at that scene much the carpenter was crushed to death by a twelve-foot wall of soil that caved in on him. crews could not recover his body until 9:00 last night because of the conditions were still too dangerous. we have discovered that the contractor hired to do the job, u.s. sign owe flement, wasn't authored to be working on the house. three days earlier, city officials issued a stop work order because the hillside has not been shored properly. saturday crews were back out at the site working. the city's chief building official says that the project manager
FOX
Jan 29, 2012 5:00pm PST
. >>> clean-up begin today's in down oakland after last night's violent clashes between occupy protesters and police. >>> the last meal, the reason that st. anthonys in san francisco is closing and the impact on those needing a hot meal. >> complete barack news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00. >>> good evening everyone. i'm heather holmes. >> i'm ken wayne. >> oakland police say they are prepared after a night of chaos and violence ended with hundreds of arrests. >> it was builds an occupy protest, but what began as a peaceful protest ended way night of clashes between police and protesters. now this evening there are accusations of heavy-handed conduct from both sides. at least three officers and one protester were hurt and in all 400 people were arrested. >> it's a pretty good picture of them using a crow bar to get in and a pretty good picture of the people who broke in. >> today oakland mayor jean quan led a tour through oakland city hall showing where and how protesters broke in last night and the damage that they left behind. >> what justifi
CBS
Jan 10, 2012 6:00pm PST
retractable roof stadium at hunters point. >>> oakland police say that a driver involved in a deadly hit- and-run stopped his van, got out, looked at the victim before getting back in the van and driving off. the pedestrian was killed at 73rd and bancroft last night. police are searching for the driver and the van, which is described as a dark colored chevy or gmc. >>> shocked in the act. why an airport passenger was tased over lost luggage at a california airport. >>> a bay area recycling company ordered to clean up its act. the toxins it's accused of dumping into our water. >> ready for a nap now? you look sleepy. >> a new trick to get your child to sleep. the bay area dad who invented it shows off why it works. began laying out their case against a suspected serial killer accused of murdering four northern california wome >>> in marin county today, prosecutors began laying out their case against the suspected serial killer accused of murdering four northern california women. ann notarangelo is outside the courthouse where the preliminary hearing is under way. >> reporter: joseph naso is ac
PBS
Jan 29, 2012 4:00pm PST
, mayor jean quan on the challenges of her first year in office and what's ahead for oakland. coming up next. >> belva: good evening. i'm belva davis. and welcome to "this week in northern california." joining me tonight on our news can nel are c.w. nevius, "san francisco chronicle's" columnist. amy sanden, reporter with kqu department. and paul rogers, environment writer. paul rogers, california resources have approved this. what impact can we expect or should it have? >> these rules that were approved today, 9-0 in los angeles by the california air resources board, are the most far-reaching, toughest environmental laws on cars ever passed in the united states. and so over the next decade, they're going to dramatically change the kind of vehicle that you see on the roads around the bay area, in show rooms, you're going to see a lot more electric vehicles, a lot more plug-in vehicles maybe more hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. they basically require three things. and the first is a 75% reduction in the amount of emissions that come out of tail pipes that cause smog. california already ha
ABC
Jan 30, 2012 6:00am PST
. i'm katie marzullo in for eric thomas. >> nice to have you. 6:01. oakland city hall expected to open for business as usual despite significant damage done during this weekend's occupy protest. while crews cleanup the city and protesters are making plans for what happens next. amy hollyfield joins us live from frank ogawa plaza with the latest. >> reporter: the mayor is trying to figure out how to keep this from happening again. one idea to try and use the graffiti as a way to prevent people from wanting to do this again. she says, for those who are found guilty, why not put them to work, have them cleanup the graffiti and pick up trash. she hopes that will prevent people from wanting to do this. take a look at this shield taken by police. they say they took from it protesters. officers say they've never dealt with something like this about they say they are going to have to change their strategy. they confiscated knives, hammer, mace and other weapons. 3400 arrest, three officers and one protester hurt. -- 400 arrests, three officers and one protester hurt. protesters say the si
NBC
Jan 29, 2012 11:00pm PST
. mpblts right now the fallout in last night's occupy oakland protest and why police say the protesters are putting the city at risk mpblts another bay area university on alert after disturbing reports of someone lurking in a shower chl we will have a live report there. how california's late primary could play a major role in the gop presidential nom nagts this year. the news starts right now. since october, mayor says occupy protesters have cost the cash-strap theed city $5 million, 2 million of that in vandalism. nbc bay area is in oakland where police made 400 arrests last night and expect there could be more. kimberly? >> diana, until late this afternoon they were processing the people they arrested last night. 400, the most arrests made in a single night, at least in recent history. as oakland police were busy arresting occupy demonstrators who, they say broke in to the ymca on saturday night, officials say other protest thors broke in to city hall. >> there is a pretty good video where you can see a man with a crowbar, prying it between the door and hitting the emergency fire latc
KRON
Jan 15, 2012 8:00am PST
protests was the oakland police headquarters. the protesters were marching to the police headquarters but were turned away by oakland police officers. some police officers arrived and were not aware of arrests or injuries. >>ysabel: new details of a sexual assault suspect. >>marty: here is a live look outside on the approach to the bay bridge. it is packed with 49 of fans. today looks more normal. the forecast is coming up. >>marty: a suspect with a gun sexually assaulted a woman. a second attack took place on january 12th. this time, the suspect was on a bike. the suspect was an african-american teenagers, 5 ft. 5 in. of winning 110 lbs.. he is 14 years old. police say he is on loose in considered on the and dangerous. >>ysabel: stay tuned, your forecast is coming up next. the cool down starts today. >>marty: here is a live look outside from walnut creek. >>henry: you have heard more nasty crime is. the district attorney of alameda county is here with us, we're want to talk about the soaring crime rate in oakland into dell's 11th and what can be done about it. >>ysabel: a luxury line
RT
Jan 30, 2012 10:00pm EST
with police this weekend in oakland in washington what happened and how does it affect the movement's efforts going forward also the california state legislature voted friday on a single payer health care or medicare for all bill how they will go are there any surprises and what does the result mean for similar efforts around the nation and mortgage giant freddie mac. is betting on your economic failure what are we doing and how did a once public agency turn into a monster. wealthy british style. market why not. find out what's really happening to the glue. will economy with mike stronger or a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune into khan's report. mass arrests chemical weapons and nationwide solidarity the occupy wall street movement has was the big story is the big story of the weekend and so too was how hundreds of americans were screwed out of their constitutional rights to free speech and assembly more than four hundred members of the occupy movement were arrested saturday in downtown oakland as riot police used flash bang grenades chemical weapons and les
RT
Jan 31, 2012 12:48pm EST
started early on the show finds out of the occupy protests in oakland means yet more showdowns with police that much more right now. welcome to the lone show where you get the real headlines with the mercy or can you live in washington d.c. tonight we're going to take a look back at what happened in oakland this weekend as more than four hundred people were arrested and occupy actions so is the beginning of more showdowns with police or is this just a one off then secretary defense leon panetta gave an interview to sixty minutes the aired this week weekend so we're going to break down some of his words and we're going to take a look at other foreign policy goings on turns out we're still flying drones over iraq and afghan president hamid karzai is planning on meeting with the taliban and saudi arabia so we'll see if that's his way of shutting the u.s. negotiations in qatar and a greek debt deal has been stalled once again get more details on what this could mean for the u.s. for artie's lauren lyster host of the capital account or have all that and more few tonight including it as of half
NBC
Jan 5, 2012 11:00pm PST
were sexually abused six decades ago, want to sue the diocese of oakland. the brothers told the seven justices that even though they're in their 50s now, they only linked the alleged abuse to psychological problems as adults. eight clergy lawsuits similar to this one, are on hold, spending the decision in this case. the supreme court has 90 days to rule. >>> taking the city. a tug-of-war at oakland city hall tonight, horsing members to occupy offices. members of the occupy oakland movement stormed the office of mayor jean quan. >> reporter: take a look at what members of the occupy movement had to do to get the city's attention. they tried to take the hinge off this door. and as you can see, they left behind some graffiti. the occupy movement is far from over. several dozen occupy protesters, chanting let us in, trying to force their way into oakland city hall. they were stopped by police. >> shut down city hall. >> a moment right now in this country and on this planet where change is taking place. we have choices about where we're going to go to do that. >> reporter: the occupy movem
CBS
Jan 1, 2012 7:00pm EST
: the game has gotten a little closer between san diego and oakland. 31-25 now the chargers in front. cincinnati is not thinking about backing into the playoffs. the goal all week, this was a confident group that really believed they could go toe-to-toe with the baltimore ravens and win their way into the postseason. dan: i think that is the remarkable thing about this team. they are a young team. but they are a confident team. you talked about all of the comebacks they had this year. that helps to build your confidence. ravens have 10 men within 10 yards of the ball. ian: a cincinnati team that was 4-12 in 2010. carson palmer threatened to retire. they ended up dealing him to oakland. nugent kicks it off and over the head of webb. baltimore has it at the 20-yard line. 2:39 left in the fourth quarter. marvin lewis trusting his defense to go out to stop baltimore here with two time-outs remaining and an eight-point differential. if they stopped them on a three-and-out, they can get it with just under two minutes to play, if baltimore ran three straight running plays. we will see how t
ABC
Jan 5, 2012 5:00am PST
>> reporter: i'm terry mcsweeney at oakland city hall where there are several protesters here but many of their colleagues are waking up in jail this morning after a raid by oakland police last night. i'll tell you why in a live report. >> reporter: i'm amy hollyfield live in concord. some residents say the bad smell is back! they say this is no way to live. they are sick of it. they want it to go away. and they want some answers. >>> good morning i'm mike nicco. off to a clear start. a little fog in the north bay valleys. big waves coming our way. i'll tell you when the rip currents will develop. >>> so far, so good, no problems right now at the bay bridge toll. >>> 5:00 on this thursday, good morning, thank you for starting your day with us i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. in oakland, a number of protesters with were hauled off to jail when police moved in to knock down their latest encampment, following a dispute over a teepee erected in frank ogawa plaza. terry mcsweeney is live in oakland with the story. >> reporter: police are saying several protesters were arrested. th
NBC
Jan 30, 2012 5:00pm PST
handcuffed oakland. city leaders are searching for answers while the international community cast as weary eye to word oakland. jodi hernandez joins us. nothing seems to be working. what is mayor kwan's latest plan? >> reporter: raj, there's a lot of frustration on all sides. the police chief tells me he believes protesters are becoming more violent and more confrontational. protesters say it is the police that are the aggressors. meanwhile, people who live and work here in downtown oakland say they are tired of seeing their city turned into a battleground. oakland city workers spent another day trying to clean up the mess created over the weekend when occupy oakland protesters tried taking over a city building and broke into historic city hall, breaking glass, destroying furniture and even toppling an 85-year-old replica of city hall. >> cleaning up after things that you know, don't have to happen, is difficult. this isn't like an earthquake or a fire storm. this is not, you know, this is a man made situation. >> i don't think any of that would have happened if the police didn't intervene
FOX
Jan 28, 2012 7:00am PST
>>> we're live in oakland, where police are investigating how two people ended up dead inside a car. we'll tell you how this could be related to retired police captain. >> and a young mother is killed in the east bay. who police are looking for this morning and how they say he knew the victim. >> plus, overnight developments in a labor dispute on a cruise ship docked in san francisco. the deal that was made and its connection to the ship that ran aground in italy. mornings on 2 starts now! >>> good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. it's saturday, january 28th. it is a bit chilly outside right now. but it's expected to warm up a little later. rosemary is joining us now with a look at your forecast. good morning, rosemary. >> good morning to you! another president amount day in store, but a lot colder this morning by 10 to 15 degrees in some cases. mostly clear skies, little patchy fog. forecasted highs, some nearing 70 degrees. we'll look at your numbers coming up in just a little bit! >>> oakland police are trying to figure out what happened after two people were found dead inside
FOX
Jan 30, 2012 6:00am PST
>>> good morning. picking up the pieces after a violent weekend of occupy protests in oakland. the cleanup effort that is under way this morning. >>> we are live in san francisco this morning where an early morning power outage effected many people. we'll talk about when the lights will come back on. >>> and we're live in downtown walnut creek where drunken fights are becoming a major problem out here. we'll tell you what lead to nine arrests just this weekend. >>> plus pulling away from the pack. the revealing results of a new poll as florida's republican primary gets closer. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. >>> good morning, to you. welcome. it's monday, january 30th, i love the new studio. >> thank you, you too. >> i'm dave clark. >> and i'm pam cook. we are in our new studio. what is really exciting we can look right over here and there is steve paulson in his new weather center. >> i am indeed. we have cloudy skies this morning. temperatures a little warmer because of the cloud cover. it's a weak system it won't do much. then we'll have partly sunny skies later on. so cl
KRON
Jan 4, 2012 8:00pm PST
>>pam: >>catherine: in oakland, police have beefed up patrols in a neighborhood where a five year-old boy was murdered last week. we asked residents if they have seen a difference. >> not really. >> people protect themselves. the >>catherine: crab for coverage shows you the progress police have and have not made in finding the killers. announcer: live, this is the kron4 news at 8:00 p.m.. >>catherine: a 90 year old man is recovering after being sought in the face. kay thompson is live at marin general with more. did bandaged. he is bruised and swollen. he cannot hear out of one of his ears but he is alive. he was able to get off three shots by outsmarting his attacker and shot his attacker three times. the attacker was able to shoot the man once. the attacker then left the scene. he called 911 to get help. i spoke with his sister who said it is amazing that he is alive. >> he has been talking to me. he has been telling me all about everything. he says, i told you i was tough. we heard a crash, the robert came in, he jimmied open the door, he had a gun and told him, we are going to
CBS
Jan 27, 2012 4:30am PST
first homicide of 2012. they've already shut down the port of oakland. now, they are threatening to do more. the resurgence of occupy oakland. good morning. it's friday, january 27th. i'm frank mallicoat. resurgent of "occupy oakland." they have already shut down the port and now they threaten more. >> good morning, it's friday. >> i'm the only one who answers every, single week. >> why not? >> it's early. >> come on, it's friday. just doesn't matter. the 27th. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm grace lee. i would tell you the time, but i can't see it. >> it's too low. >> i'm guessing 4:30. >> it's so foggy. did you notice it coming in this morning from the peninsula? >> we have gil diaz live covering the fog this morning and a lot of our traffic cameras are sock in. this is the san mateo bridge. all of the bridges in the bay area except for it sounds like the dumbarton bridge have fog advisories issued by chp this morning so yeah, you want to be extra careful. i notice you couldn't see a lot of the street signs since you came up on them. so watch out for that. in the meantime, lawrence is
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